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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 20, 1959, Mason City, Iowa North lowot Daily Newspaper Edited tot UTY LOBE The Newspaper That Makts All North lowans Neighbors ETTE HOME EDITION VOL w Auoclated Prtm tJnHed tBUrastioaal full Lean WITM MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 10 1959 7e Copy Paper Two m New Red Summit Parley Demands otic Conakry Yaounde Lome Kampla Some Examples new set of exotic place names has been added to the roll of United States diplomatic outposts in the last two years C a k r y Yaounde Lome Kampala Ka duna Abidjan and Mogadiscio They are capitals of African nations that have achieved or are in the process of achieving independence the National Geo graphic Society says Most of rugged duty for Americans Foreign Service officers in these and other new African countries will find walking shorts more practical than the traditional pants The State Department hopes to sup ply its diplomats with heavy duty trucksthat can be con verted into sleeping quarters on field trips AN UMBRELLA also would be a useful items of issue for a djplomat assigned to the West African coastal city of Conakry capital of Guinea It gets an av of 169 inches of rain a year In July the average rela tive Jiumfdity ranges from 85 to 92 per cent April temperatures average 90 degrees A foreign service man sta tioned in Yaounde capital of the French drive bis sleepertruck into the high 1 AP Photofax VISITS WOUNDED Toshiko Cor der Aviation Electricians Mate Donald E Corder Jacksonville visits her suka Naval Hospital Corder was in thetail gunners seat of a Navy patrol bomber that was attacked by Communist jets off the Korean coast Monday during a patrol flight He wounds Wounded Flier Wonts 2nd Chance at Reds lands to visit the Bamileke tribe The tribesmen belong to m a sked secret honor of their dead ex amine to predict the fu ture and are successful coffee planters and businessmen Lomej capital of Togo once French TogolandX is a trim sea side city that resembles a re sort town In the evening a plea sant sea breeze blows in from the palmlined beach In the backcountry villages most of the natives are fetishists and their crude clay models are common sights Sacred trees or rocos are decorated with multi By GENE KRAMER Japan colored leaves cloth and garlands of KAMPALA capital of Uganda in British East Africa is built on seven hills and laid out with broad streets and open spaces Uganda is home of both pygmy tribes and the sevenfoot Bahi mas It is notable for huge red anthills often 12 to 15 feet high lining many of its roads and thelegendary Mountains of the Moon Ruwenzori Range named by Ptolemy of Alexandria the ancient geographer and astrono mer Some12 million Moslems are the largest population bloc of Northern Nigeria whose capital is Kaduna The country includes the relatively unproductive Middle plagued by the tsetse fly and the northern Ni gerian where peanuts are the main crop and herds of cattle with horns longer than Texas ONE OF THE MOST modern of the new outposts is Abidjan capital of the Ivory Coast where sidewalk cafes and boulevards suggest Paris and gleaming white hotels apartments and supermarkets recall Miami Beach Ivory Coast forests how ever still shelter witch doctors and perhaps cannibals Across the continent on the scorched horn of East Africa between the Indian Ocean and the desert is Mogadiscio capi tal of Somalia Most oceangoing ships cannot get around the reef in Mogadiscios harbor Passen gers are lowered in baskets to smaller craft Somalians have no written language and diplomats can choose their spelling of the cap ital from Mogadiscio Mogadi s h o Mogadiscio Mukdisha Magadisho Mukdishu and Mog adaxo The rainy season is named simply Gu EDITOR DIES FAIRMONT W Va ence Edwin Ned Smith 73 editor of the Fairmont Times died Friday in a hospital He became editor of the Times in IW7 U ycari after he joined AJ reporter Navy tailgunner wounded b Soviettype guiis off the Ndrt Koreancoast chance at the Communist plan that blasted him out of his tur ret Aviation Don aid Corderalso said he though he could have gotten the Com munist plane of unidentified na tionality if it hadnt hit his tur ret Corder of Jacksonville and Farmer City was the firs crewman to spot tha shot and crippled the P4MI Mercator some miles off North Korea last Tuesday SPEAKING from a stretcher a few minutes after doctors gave him an injection to ease the pain of 40 to 50 shrapne wounds and a broken knee Cor der told newsmen the MIG was about 500 feet directly behind him when it opened fire There was quite a bit of con fusion Everybody was talking at once I wasasking permission to return fire I called several times Either the second or third time he heard me and answered Tail turret open The order came as the MIGs were making their sixth pass Corder said 1 DROPPED the microphone and started tracking Just as I was getting a line on the lead airplane I got hit It blew me out of the turret I saw sparks and hot Asked if he considered the plane adequately armed Cor der said he thought so but No body who flies those missions ever thinks he isjgoingto be attacked I was more surprisec than Battle for Post Held by Long Governorship Is in Dispute BATON ROUGE La isiana officials were at logger heads Saturday as to whowas thestates chief executive since Gov Earl Long indicated he may be plotting another courl battle to free himself from courbordered treatment in mental hospital Lt Goy Lether Frazar a friend of the 63yearold ailing governor said he wants legal advice before formally taking over as acting governor Secre tary of State Wade Martin a political enemy of he would continue lo recognize Long as governor lie challenged Frazars right to take over wilh o u t formal certification of Longs inability to act Governor Long has been ir responsible for some time but there has been no legal declara tion of Martin said LONG CALLED for legal counsel from his ward at the Southeast Louisiana Hospital at Mandeville 54 miles to the east of this capital city where he and his broth er the late Huey P Long began thriving on peppery politics inthe 1920s State police and sheriffs dep uties overpowered the cursing fighting governor T hu rs d a night and rushed him to Mande ville A physician and a psychi atrist said from par anoic of BEFORE RECESS Secretary of State Christian Herter left arrives with aides at the Geneva residence of Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gro myko for talks which resulted in a AP Pliotofax threeweek recess of the Geneva Con ference The aidefe are Livingston Mer chant undersecretary of state and Llewellyn Thompson U S Ambas sador to Russia Wrong Man Marriage Plan Foiled Mason City Partly cloudy Sat urday night with occasional light showers Sunday A little warmer Saturday night with low in lower 60s Highs in the mid 80s owa Partly cloudy Saturday Occasional Sunday A northwest scattered showers little warmer corner Saturday Long had just skipped out on an agreement for volunlarj treatment in New Orleans The agreement had nullified a Texas court fight by effecting his Wed nesday release from a Calves ton psychiatric clinic He had been held in the clinic 19 days by court order MARTIN SAID would chal lenge Frazar in court if the 54 yearold former president of Mc Neese State College attempted to act as governor Frazar said he would not shirk his duty if an emergency develops But he wants legal ad vice before formally taking over Lows in the 60s Highs Sunday 80s east to lower 90s west Further tered showers with not much temperature change Monday Minnesota Partly cloudy with widely scattered thunder showers extreme south por tion late Sunday afternoon and Atty Gen said Frazar Jack could Grertiillion take over Martin disagreed saying ths court order that sent Long to Mandeville did not declare the governors inability to act Long himself or some official body Martin said first mustcertify Longs inability Frazar named Gremillion as one of his attorneys An intimate of ongressmen spent part of Fri ay night in jail at Owalonna after bringing a Minne apolis socialite to Mason City against her will in an attempt to stop her wedding to another man Langdon P Marvin 40 who occupies offices in the Library of Congress rentfree was ar rested first at Mason City on of William Tenney told Mason City police by tele phone that Miss Jean Broward Shevlin was being held here jy Marvin against her Miss Shevlin is scheduled to narry LI Col James W Ger ard 45 stationed with the Army at Paris Saturday night at Minneapolis LOCAL POLICE arrtsted Marvin at the Park Hospital on a charge of kidnaping Miss Shevlin They released him late Friday afternoon and he hired a taxi to take him back to Min neapolis The car which he had rented in Minneapolis from the icrtz Car Rental meanwhile had een reclaimed by a local rep resentative of the firm The taxi was stopped at an Owalonna police road block and that he might become violent and do her harm She signed a statement he had taken her from Minneap West to Stay in Statements by Both Sides FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES joint SovietEast German communique Saturday renewed demands for a summit conference and said that with out a German peace treaty and an end to the intolerable situa tion in West Berlin there can be no peace in Europe Also Saturday the United Slates said the Western powers responsibility for West Berlin has been and will remain our primary consideration in deal ing with Russia on the German crisis The statement was is sued by the State Department shortly after the ministers conference oh Ger many recessed until July 13 after six weeks of fruitless talks Western officials said Soviet Premier Khrushchev is trying to frighten the Western powers into a summit conference instead oE oiis to Mason City against her will and with the intention of marrying her She met him Thursday in the late evening at his hotel In Ihe early morning he offered to take her home and started in that direction She pleaded with him tp re offeringconcessions on Berlin as a lure to the West U S SECRETARY of lease her when he started south according to her statement bu he continued She tried to stop the car and struck him but JEAN BROWARD SHEVLIN Jailed Globe Gazete weather dat p to 8 Saturday Maximum 85 Minimum 50 At 8 71 fEAR AGO Maximum 80 Minimum 50 AP TETE A TETE American pianist who won damages of in a libel suit against the London is enjoying life in a London night spot with singer Janet Medlin Arrest Man for Lakota Civil Rights Cose Bank Holdup in Set for June 30 MARSHALLTOWN at case charging Marshalltown tav ern owner Arnold Anderson with infringement of civil rights has been continued until June 30 Anderson was arraigned in Municipal Court Friday A com Dlaint against him was filed by Mrs Robert Webb DCS Moincs Negro woman Mrs Webb alleged that An derson refused to serve her and hrce companions in bis tavern Wednesday Drowning Occurs Near Davenport DAVENPORT Iowa man thought to be Joseph E Hulsbrinlr 57 Rock Island drowned in Riv r near here Friday The man ell from aboat in which he had been riding with two Rock Is and men Frank Ncal 28 nd William Przykopanski 39 DERAILMENT ATLANTIC UPI Twenty one cars including four deisel units of an eastbound Rock ts and freight train were derailed aturday morning about four miles west of Atlantic The de ailment wax caused by a land lide that piled about three feel f dirt on the Rock Inland track ALGONA W Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst said Saturday that Valentine Hartland had been arrested at Kalispcll on a federal bank robbery warrant in Iowa Karp had been sought for the holdupat the Lakota of fice of the Farmers Trust Savings Bank of Buffalo Center June 1 A warrant charging him with bank robbery has been filed with the U S commissioner at Sioux City An FBI agent in Dodge said Karp was arrested Friday by Kalispell authorities on a lip supplied by the FBI A man carrying a revolver held up the Lakota bank and orced two employes Carl C Icrzema he manager and Mrs Mary Jutting the cashier nto the vault before he drove Marvin arrested a second lime at ll50 The charge according lo Chief J W Slark of Owalonna was possession of an open bollle of liquor in a vehicle on Ihe highway Marvin was released again at 9 the chief said and pro ceeded lo SI Paul in a chartered airplane He provided a bond to appearin court Monday The entire episode had the flavor of a Keystone Cops Com edy as one officer remarked Officers told the following story SHORTLY AFTER 10 Friday the call came from Tcn ncy requesting the arrest of Marvin Within minutes a pa trolling officer spotted Marvins car near the Park Hospital Capl Stanley McClintock While ihe delcc two other officers wont xo the tivc waHcd in his car in front afraid because of the speed at which they were traveling IN MASON CITY Marvin drove to the Cerro Gordo County Courthouse lo get a marriage li cense When a blood test was required he and Miss Shevlin went lo the Park Hospital across the There she prevailed on him to let her call a Dr Ching in Minneapolis a marriage counselor Dr Ching was not in and she then tried to call her fiance al Crystal Bay but Marvin slopped her She finally reached Dr Ching and was advised by him to put herself in a doctors pro tective custody She did this and he doctor helped her leave the hospital through a rear entrance so she could go lo the office of the laxi cab company She hired a cab lo take her to the police station Meanwhile Marvin was ar rested and brought lo the sta tion When he was released in the late afternoon a Pinkerlon detective had arrived from Minneapolis by car lo follow Marvin Marvin returned lo the Christian A Herter and other Western diplomats are reported to have decided two weeks ago that this was Khrushchevs strategy Western interest in breaking off the negotiations hero dales from that time The West came to lievingit held Khrushchevs desire for a sum mit moeting Jn Hcrlers view the foreign ninisters conference took a bad urn about two weeks ago when Soviet Foreign iMinister Andrei A Gromyko proposed a oneyear lime limit on Western occupa tion of West Berlin The West denounced this as a Soviet ulti matum The negotiating line followed here by Gromyko is regarded by the Western leaders as hav ing borne out their estimate of Khrushchevs strategy They think it probably means the Soviet Premier considers the hospital and arrested Marvin there At about the same time Miss Shevlin came to the police station in a taxi She asked that Marvin be held on the grounds Two Charged in Shooting INDIANOLA Two DCS ff in ound a car The car later was abandoned near Wells Rural Electrification Garner Loan Okayed WASHINGTON MWA oan to the Hancock County Ru al Electric Cooperative of Gar icr Iowa was approved Friday y the Rural Electrification Ad ministration STYMIE NEW YORK HVIndustrywide eel wage talks recessed Fri ay until Monday with no prog ess reported In efforts lo avert strike threatened for July 1 i Moincs youths have been charged with shooting a Gum ming area farmer in what au thorities say was a robbery attempt Philip B Cuevas 18 and Ronald L Ballard 17 were Marvin also went out a rear en trance and hired a laxicab to lake him lo Minneapolis thus losing the detective from his Irail The road block at Owaton na followed MARVIN TOLD Mason City police that he came to Minneap olis earlier this week in an at tempt to persuade Miss Shevlin to marry him rather than Ger ard Marvin is the son of a law parlner of the late President Franklin D Roosevelt He oc cupies Library of Congress of fices assigned to Reps Charles O Porler of Oregon and John D Dingwcll of Michigan They explained that he does research charged in Justice Court hcrejfor them but is not on their pay Friday with shooting Ben Per kins at his home last Feb 12 Cuevas was held under 000 bond and Ballard was held under bond A third man reportedly rolls Miss Shevlin is the daughter of Mrs Edwin L Shevlin ol Wayzata widow of a volvcd in the incident Billic P Holland of DCS Moines is serv ing a oneyear lern in the Ne braska Penitentiary for car theft lumber baron She was gradual ed this year from Vassar Col CIRCUS MAN DIES SARASOTA Fla MVEdward F Kelly 68 former general manager of Ringfing Bros 6ar num and Bailey Circus died Friday after a long iilncss He traveled with the circus from 1932 until 1950 legc The wedding Saturday eve ning was scheduled to be one of the top social events of the season in Minneapolis Her fiance has been stationed with the Seine Area Command of tho U S Army and she met him there last she and other summer when American and European girts made their de buts at Versailles He attended Groton and Salisbury schools and the University of Grenoble France V Western position weak and feels he doesnt have to bargain away anything lo get a summit con ference ONE REASON for such con clusion would be the obvious split in the Western camp be tween President Eisenhower and British Prime Minister Har old Macmillan Eisenhower has taken the po sition lhat nothing produced so far by the Geneva conference justifies a summit session Mac millan believes as he has all along that failure here makes a meeting at the summit even more necessary Reviewing the six weeks of negotiations here Western au thorities insisted that Herter British Foreign Secretary Sel wyn Lloyd and French Foreign Minister Maurice Couve de Mur ville had given away nothing ol substance to the Russians They did not want lo remain here any longer and watch the Russians try to whittle down the Western position on Berlin without offering any conces sions of their own The Western decision to break off the negotiations was made firm after Gromyko introduced new compromise proposals for a Berlin settlement Herter Lloyd and Couve de Murville de cided that in spite of some re vised language the Soviet posal was just as unacceptable as the earlier one SAME 34J WhtU UOWA SAFSTY MCPABTUSXY
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